### So many ways to help learning stick!

Heather Brown

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So many ways to help learning stick!

Heather Brown

Looking for a fun review activity for your high school math or middle school math class? Your students will love this one. They solve problems in order to choose a raffle number. At the end, the teacher selects a number at random. The student that selected that number is the winner. Students love it because they get to move around. Teachers love it because students are working together and even the slowest students can be winners. #mathgame #mathactivities #precalculus #calculus #algebra

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Runde's Room: Skill and Drill Without the Worksheets

Melissa Van Ittersum

I'm sharing my favorite review game. This game is perfect for upper elementary students but can be adapted for younger or older students. Honestly, the idea for this game came to me while watching Deal

Joanna Priest

Do you have at least one to two weeks left of school? Do you want your students ENGAGED in school until the end?? If you said YES, then there is a Math Game Board Project for you and your students! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD This is seriously, hands down the best way to end the school year with your students. Every year I end with the End of Year Math Game Board Project is a happy year for my students and I. I am able to pack up my room, finish grading, and I don't have to stay after school…

Jill Rauwerdink

There’s hardly any avoiding test prep this time of year. Or, if you don’t have tests to take, you likely want to do some sort of end-of-year review before you send your babes off to the next grade. Sometimes that can be fun, but often that review takes the form of state-provided workbooks or backlin

Peggy Lambie

high school math teacher

Alyssa Eckert

I had more energy at the start of the year too. I figured I could at least give them a fun day with some math review games!

Faith Williams

High, Low is a simple, no-prep math game that will boost your students' number sense without them realizing that there's math involved! This math game can be played in less than five minutes. Use it as a math warm-up, as a quick before- or after-recess activity or at the end of the day with five minutes to fill. Find out how to play this math game, along with many other math activities, math resources, and math projects at www.ShelleyGrayTeaching.com

Shelley Gray Teaching

Mathlympics & Litlympics! An Exciting Way to Review for Standardized Tests Looking for a fun way to review for standardized tests? This idea can spread across all grades and subject areas, but I will explain explicitly how to do this with second graders. This strategy is FUN, exciting and my kiddos were BEGGING me for […]

Monique Bell